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VELVET
UNDERWATER
U-MATIC
SILVER
BANANA
2001
WHO STOLE
FROZEN
GIRAFFERATOR
CHAIN OF LOVE
 
 
CHERRY CHERRY
MIA
BREAK MY
BALL AND
PERFECT 10
ME AND MY
NEWBORN
SUGARCANE
XOXY
 
Cinderella

We aim to propel the transnational seizure of Cinemagic to fulfill the diverse purposes of women from all locations.
 
Rumble This Is What I Know GenderQueer Santa Cruz
  
XOXY (Transformer) Chainletter
(June 2007)

Many of the artists can be emailed thru this site. Please do not write the artist unless you have seen her movie. Click on her name to contact her.

(If your movie is on this tape but your name isn't emailable, please send your email address to joanie-at-bard-dot-edu.)

Rumble
Dahlia Wilde (LA, CA)

KOI
Katrin Gebbe (Hamburg, Germany)
Three dialogues take place when the Israeli artist and her best friend Ori meet up in several Dunkin' Donuts.

Three Films
Beth O Brien (Ridgewood NY)
I made these three short films years ago, partly in school, partly on borrowed software.

Two Become One
Lola Sinreich (New York, NY)

We'll Never Make a Living
Melanie Taylor

This Is What I Know
Sadie Wechsler (Seattle, WA)
This is a story about storytelling or about stories or about understanding stories or about understanding these boys.

Couperin
Corrie Siegel (Northwood. CA)
I am interested in the way art can create pathways towards new understandings. My hand is not majestic, not intellectual. It is this silly and urgent struggle that I value most in my relationship to art.

Cinderella
Karin Knape (Sweden)
My style is poetry more than linear film story. I like when the viewer gets the whole experience while watching my films.

Gender Queer Santa Cruz
Rachel Duarte (Santa Cruz, CA)
The documentary is an exploration and representation of several individuals genderqueez and trans experiences, identities, and stories in the Santa Cruz queer community.

Against Soft Earth
Marianna Milharat (Montreal, Quebec)
The simultaneous desire to forget and the fear of forgetting entirely.